Thesis by Samuele Di Saverio

graphic works by Isabella Ciaffi

Print

Movable type printing

A dry-printed woodcut for the cover.

Texts printed with movable type on Grafia g155 paper.

Dimensions

21.5 X 17.5 cm, 10 pages

Bologna, summer 2020.

Circulation

Edition of 10 numbered copies signed by the artist

Peculiarities

Sewn and bound by the engraver Isabella Ciaffi

each piece contains 1 original charcoal drawing on scenography paper pasted on the back sheet of the notes, different for each piece.

Insights

The sentences of the thesis entitled De Profundis. Manifestations of the subsoil: Dostoevskij, DeLillo, Murakami, were selected by the artist after a careful reading and analysis of the thesis.

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Thesis by Samuele Di Saverio

Graphic works by Isabella Ciaffi

Printing

Movable type printing

For the cover a dry printed xylography

Texts printed with movable type on Grafia paper g155.

Size

21.5 X 17.5 cm, 10 pages

Printed in Bologna, summer 2020.


Number of copies

edition of 10 numbered copies signed by the artist

Particularuty

Sewn and bound by the engraver Isabella Ciaffi

each piece contains a charcoal drawing on scenography paper pasted on the back sheet of the notes and different for each piece.

Insights

The phrases of the thesis entitled De Profundis. Subsoil manifestations: Dostoevskij, DeLillo, Murakami were selected by the artist after a careful reading and analysis of the thesis.

Samuele Di Saverio - Thesis

€250.00Price
  • He was born in Pescara in 1952. From his homeland he bears distinctive signs such as the pride of those who do not want to bend but, nevertheless, know how to continually get involved. He first devoted himself to the study of the nude, then to painting and, subsequently, the real breakthrough with total dedication to "gravure", ending up preferring it also in the creation of artist's books with the use of movable type for the composition some texts. The numerous participations in national and foreign exhibitions have allowed it to be appreciated by important institutions and collectors.

    Critics of considerable stature have written about her, including Andrea Emiliani.